All six members of Duran Duran will be on hand this November 5th when the band is inducted in to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at L.A.’s Microsoft Theater. This includes former guitarist Andy Taylor, who was with the band throughout its original classic run through 1985 and a brief reunion in the 2000’s. Also set to play with the band is Missing Persons co-founder Warren Cuccurullo, who was the Duran Duran’s guitarist and a key songwriter from 1986 through 2000.

LeBon spoke to Rolling Stone and discussed the possible Rock Hall induction setlist: “We’ve got Andy on the first three albums, so you have songs like ‘Hungry Like The Wolf’ and ‘Rio,’ and ‘Planet Earth.’ (Warren) was a very important part of The Wedding Album, which had ‘Ordinary World’ and ‘Come Undone’ on it. We’re not struggling for good songs, that’s for sure.”

  • Duran Duran with Nile Rodgers & Chic North American tour dates (subject to change):
    August 19 – Welch, MN – Treasure Island Amphitheater
    August 20 – Chicago, IL – United Center  
    August 22 – Toronto, ON – Budweiser Stage
    August 23 – Washington, D.C. – Merriweather Post Pavilion  
    August 25 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
    August 26 – Columbus, OH – WonderBus Music & Arts Festival (Duran Duran only)
    August 30 – Fort Worth, TX – Dickies Arena
    September 1, 3  – Las Vegas, NV – Wynn Las Vegas (Duran Duran only)
    September 4 – San Francisco, CA – Chase Center  
    September 7 – Phoenix, AZ – Footprint Center   
    September 9, 10, 11 – Los Angeles, CA – Hollywood Bowl (Duran Duran only)


  • Between 1983 and 1993, Duran Duran scored 15 Top 40 hits, including the Top 10’s — “Hungry Like The Wolf,” “Is There Something I Should Know,” “Union Of The Snake,” “New Moon On Monday,” “The Wild Boys,” “Notorious,” “I Don’t Want Your Love,” “Ordinary World,” and “Come Undone” — along with the chart-toppers, “The Reflex” and “A View To A Kill.”
  • Duran Duran’s last album, 2021’s Future Past, peaked at Number One in Britain.

CHECK IT OUT: Duran Duran at Live Aid on July 13th, 1985 performing “The Reflex” live at London’s Wembley Stadium: